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Eight including minors from Assam rescued in Gujarat

By The Assam Tribune
Eight including minors from Assam rescued in Gujarat
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Guwahati, Feb 22: As many as eight people including minors were rescued from Gujarat by the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB).

The victims were assured that they will be provided with lucrative jobs in Gujarat by a gang of fraudsters. They also managed to entice the victims to pay them a total of Rs 5 lakhs in lieu of the job.

As per reports, the SSB came in contact with the victims and rescued them from the clutches of the fraudsters. They were later sent to Guwahati in Gandhidham express from Gujarat. The SSB has handed over the victims to the Railway Protection Force (RPF) at the Kamakhya Railway Station in Guwahati, informed Alok Sharma, an official of the 24 battalion of SSB.

The SSB further stated that the victims belong to an economically poor family living in the bordering areas of Assam. They were cheated by a woman named Manjana who lured them of providing jobs in Gujarat and later duped a huge amount from them.

Reportedly, the victims who belong to Daranga Kalipur area in Assam's Baksa district lodged complaints against the gang at Kumarikata police station in Baksa district.

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Eight including minors from Assam rescued in Gujarat

Guwahati, Feb 22: As many as eight people including minors were rescued from Gujarat by the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB).

The victims were assured that they will be provided with lucrative jobs in Gujarat by a gang of fraudsters. They also managed to entice the victims to pay them a total of Rs 5 lakhs in lieu of the job.

As per reports, the SSB came in contact with the victims and rescued them from the clutches of the fraudsters. They were later sent to Guwahati in Gandhidham express from Gujarat. The SSB has handed over the victims to the Railway Protection Force (RPF) at the Kamakhya Railway Station in Guwahati, informed Alok Sharma, an official of the 24 battalion of SSB.

The SSB further stated that the victims belong to an economically poor family living in the bordering areas of Assam. They were cheated by a woman named Manjana who lured them of providing jobs in Gujarat and later duped a huge amount from them.

Reportedly, the victims who belong to Daranga Kalipur area in Assam's Baksa district lodged complaints against the gang at Kumarikata police station in Baksa district.